As The Hollywood Reporter informs us, Canada-based distribution company NeoClassics has snapped up U.S. rights to "St. Trinian's". The recent U.K. comedy update on the classic celluloid capers is a parody on badly behaved British schoolgirls and was a domestic hit in the U.K. taking in more than 24.4 million US$ during its cinema release.

Canadian distribution rights went to Alliance, with that company's Spanish subsidiary, Filmax, taking the movie to Spain.NeoClassics Films CEO Irwin Olian negotiated the deal with Ealing Studios' International sales chief Natalie Brenner, who announced it this Tuesday. At the Cannes Film Festival Ealing Studios also announced the sequel to St. Trinian's which will be shot later this year: "St. Trinians 2 - The Legend of Fritton’s Gold"

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